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Vancouver 2010 Olympic Cauldron will light up again this weekend

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Kurtis Gregory Mar 15, 2018 2:22 pm 4,184

It’s gonna be lit.

To mark the closing of the Paralympics in PyeongChang, the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Cauldron will light up once again this weekend.

The flame will be re-lit for two hours on Saturday, between 5 and 7 pm – ahead of the Closing Ceremony in Korea, which takes place at 4 am Sunday morning.

The 10-metre tall cauldron contains five separate burners and was re-lit before the opening of the 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang last month.

The public is invited to attend the event, sing O Canada, and wear red and white to honour our Canadian athletes.

“The lighting of the Cauldron is always a special occasion and to be able to celebrate our inspiring Olympians and Paralympians will be an incredibly engaging and fun experience,” said Olympic race walker Evan Dunfee. “The Cauldron is a symbol of unity and I’m excited to take part in an evening to bring our community together.”

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Kurtis Gregory
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